In Part 2 of our inspiring discussion with celebrity chef Seamus Mullen about how he saved his life by dramatically changing his diet, we dive deeper into the lessons he details in his latest book, Real Food Heals, and how you can start on your own journey by making small, significant changes that will have a dramatic impact on your health and longevity.
Real Food Heals, Part 1
Imagine that you spent your entire life dedicated to food, and that your love for food has led you to training with culinary experts in Spain, opening NYC restaurants, TV shows, and culinary awards. Now, imagine that the very thing you’ve dedicated your life to—and define yourself by—nearly killed you. Seamus Mullen doesn’t have to imagine this story, it’s his truth. His is an incredible story of how food can both fuel disease and illness and serve as the body’s salvation by feeding health and vitality...how food can push you to the brink, then bring you back from the edge—for Seamus, back to life. This is more than about Seamus’ amazing journey, detailed in his new cook book Real Food Heals , and how it has changed his relationship with food. It is an important message for anyone who thinks they need to be healthier, happier, and better. This special two-part episode with Seamus will inspire you to change how you think about food and how that shift can have an extraordinary impact on how you look, feel, and live.
The Truth Behind Health Food Buzzwords
They are plastered on products in almost every aisle of the supermarket: Organic, GMO-free, antioxidants, multigrain, gluten-free, no high fructose corn syrup, and more. Sure, they sound healthy, but what do they really mean? Are they an indication that you are holding a superfood that is key to improving your health and worth your hard-earned money? Or, are they just marketing efforts to impart a “health halo” around an otherwise normal product? In this episode, Jon and Megan help you to understand which terms will be the best guidelines for improving your health by uncovering the facts and definitions of some of today's most common food buzzwords.
Diet Decoded: The Keto Diet
It happens every year, a rush of new diets, pr refreshes of older ones, flood book shelves, facebook feeds, and boring TV shows all claiming to be the your answer to nailing your weight loss goals or improving your health this year. How can you cut through all the hype and see which one is actually worth your time and money? IN this episode, Jon and Megan introduce a new series looking to provide deeper insights in some of today’s latest diet trends to cut through the hype so you can make an informed decision and get started on nailing that New Year’s resolution. There’s no denying that the ketogenic diet (keto for short) is the hottest new nutrition trend. And although it’s still controversial among dietitians, doctors, and other nutrition experts, there is some scientific research to back it up. In this first Diet Decoded, Jon and Magen break down the Pros and Cons of this hot diet trend and, if it’s for you, provide your quick start guide to “going Keto."
8 Foods You Should Eat Every Day
Dieting is hard, but eating is easy. Right? That means the easiest way to drop pounds and slim down this year is to do exactly what you’re already doing: eat! Just make sure you’re getting in the right foods. In this episode, Jon and Megan uncover which nutrient-rich foods deserve a place in your diet daily and how to sneak them into your meals. What’s great about these foods is that they aren’t strange new foods you haven’t heard of before -- they are all common superfoods that you may have in your home already.
Eat This, Not That! takes a fun and informative look at how Americans eat. Whether it’s what we eat for breakfast on the go, what we pack for lunch, or how we fill our shopping cart and stock our pantry, we make more than 300 food decisions every day. Together, we’ll learn how to make better choices and eat all of our favorite foods, guilt-free!
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